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National AUisnc Resolutions.
The following resolutions were adopt
ed at the meeting of the National
Wauits, OrlDf to the opposition that
kas been heaped upon us br tTjn mob.
opoUstt, eapttaUjta, trusts ana eonibloes, '
hellere It ia Uae for act 'on, and
WitiRtAmTb. National Farmer,' Alliance in
eoarenUon asseatbleo does awst empaaucal'
Ir declare earainst the present system of for
eroaMot as manipulated br the eonfresa of
the Called States and the member of the
lee-Mater, of the several atatei, therefore we
sfeeiar. la favor of hold 1m a coavenuoo
February St, 1W, U ftx the date and place for
the hotdtn of a cowntloe to nomlaate eaa-
for the oSoea of preaideot and vice
ratUeBtof the C sited States. We deciare
thatlatheooaeeattoa to tie held February
, that repreaeataUoo ahaU he one dele-
nti from each atate in the oaloa.
Eafoleed, That we favor the abolition of all
aa at baaks aad that surplua fundi be
loaaed to twjlridaala upoa land eecuritjr at a
Thai . are uaaltorablr ia faror of the
Aaetraltaa ballot lav.
That we demand foreeloaure of nortfafes
that the coverament hold oa railroad.
That we dtweenteaaoee taabllag In atocks
That tale U the admlnUtraUoa of the po
ata,aa4Ja view of that fact the president
aad r toe areata eat of the enitos Btatea aaoora
beetoowdbra popalar vote laatead of by
TaUaOaraiera of the Vailed Ataiee
arr7Mtanber any otter elaaa of attlaeaa
the deaModtha passers of tern of reform
m. am a. amttr aaMaure. but for the good of
Tie the dJUaoee shall take no part aa -par-tJ
la peUUoal stracrle as eaiiatlaf
wfch repataaaa erdeatoerete,
Tie m Eatloaal ranatrs' AlUaaee de-
lOat theeatee-atate oeaiaiaroe law be
I aadoaXoroedas to allow all rail-
tmareaacaahlo laooauoa mono iareet-
we demand that atortracea oa the
Catenae central Paoite railroad be fore-
sisisd otoaoeaod the roads taaao la oharge
of kf the goreeaataBt and run la the Interest
of the people with a view to extending both
these Itsst to the eastern seaboard.
That we faror the free aad unlimited eola
ae & stiver, and that the toIobmi of ear
rsajqr be Increased to t pet capita. We
rartberdraaod alt paper money be laced
oa equality with gold.
That we, as laud owners, pledge ounelres
todewandthat the government allow us to
borrow money from the United states at the
same rate of Interest as do banks.
That at! mortgages, bonds aad shares of
ateek tkoutd be assoaeed at a fair value. .
That the senators of the United (Mates shall
be elected by a rote of the people.
That the laws retarding the liquor traffle
should beso amended aa to prevent endanger.
lag the morals of ourehlldren and destroying
tbs usefulness of our cltlsens. '.'
That wo favor the pastage of the Conger
lard bill; that we believe that women have
ike same rights as their hoabaads to hold
mroBerqr, and we are In sympathy with any
law that will give our wires, sitters and
tdaaghteca full representation at the polls. ;
That our ehlldmn should be edueated for
dboaeat labor, and that agrioultunU colleges
.should b eataultohvd In every st .te
That we faror a liberal apawon for peaiion
amg ail survivors ot the late war.
Resolutions of Approval. ,
EdITOB FARMER'S AlXIJUCCS: At a
re-ular session of "Wild Home" Valley
AUanee No. 583, this resolution was
tirElmousiy adopted. ' -1
VxrxiA. The Lincoln Journal and
1IcxJi ilua Telegraph have circulated
awamtlttu reports oonovniej J, II.
Sevens, state senator, therefore be it
Ct&of, That we are proud of our
MutAsr, and don think he has done
wrotf F, P. Lwkhrwoop, Sec.
, in favor of Municipal Suffrage.
11ASC0T, Neb., Jan. 1. 1801.
Eaaoluibtu u adopted by J. Burrows
Alliance. No. 1731.
. Whireas, We the members of J.
Currows Alliance assembled in a regu
lar eneeting veritably believe that bad
morals m disregard for law and order
emanate from the city, and farther that
tnaayorils would be corrected and the
public be benefited if the women were
emitted to vote, therefore be it ;
limited, That the legislature of our
Wate now in session make a statute law
granting women municipal Huffrage,
and further that this be published in
the state Alliance paper.
The above resolution was unani
mously adopted by J. Burrows Alliance
at a regular meeting new Jan. 14, loui
I. Troctmam. Pres.
S.I. Baker, Sec. -
A Defacto County Seat.
21r. Editor -Wa have a scheme that
we think will work all right. It is this.
We bare a very nice little town here;
all the trouble is it is not the connty
seat, oewara is. ana is a very nice town.
but that is not doing us any good. We
. want .the county seat at our town. We
will have to vote it awav from Seward
We can get within 1 or 5 hundred votes
or enougn to do the job, ana tben our
scheme gets in its work. We have 175
votes in our precinct. We will raise
our tally sheets 600 votes, and we will
have them, because we must go by the
face of the returns. We wi 1 demand the
county seat instanter. They will have
to deliver it up to ua. put us in powest-
eion and we are all right. See? They
will of course kick, ana cqueal and pro
test and contest etc, but we will Kave
the law. aocordinff to the suoreme court
onHnir side. Yon dont think the S. C
would go back on this decision do yon?
From Gage County.
OdeilNeb., Feb., Cth, 1891
Editor Farmers' Alliance, Lincoln
2eir., Dear Sir: Enclosed please find
resolution passed toy (ilea wood Alii
anceNo 939 at our last meeting. It will
explain itself. I wish to add a word of
caution to our Senators that the people
are keeping posted as to now the beua
tors and members are voting, and - woe
-to , the one or ones that betrays them.
They are aleo posted as to the rulings
of the ao -called Supreme court of JSe
trak and there is a dark cloud settled
npon them wherein there seems now to
be no silver lining, tourts that so prostl
' tut-8 themselvesas to make such rulings
must expect to be held in contempt by
the people woe liberty it destrovs.
They are the Jeffries of the present and
wm be looked upon as such.
The trite savin of last fall seems ap
propriate at thu time, yon au fool some
of the people part f the time but yon
ceonoi iooi an tae people ail tne time,
The time will come when they will
ccmana tneir.irrhta in sucn a way as
t to reocused and do not forget it.
J. IL LlUXECUJUTD.
THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY FEB 14, 1891.
Kearney County Alliance,
Resolutions adopted Jan. SI, 1891.
Resolrtd, That E. Boeewater (editor
of the Omaha Bee) is a sneaking mud
slinging dirty slandering bow legged
Jew, and we ask the fanners and labor
ing men to withdraw their support from
his paper. '.
Resolved, That the Lincoln State Jour
nal is a leech upon society and that
it committed a crime when it de
nounced the farmers as an ignorant
claes. , ,
But for classifying us as bogs we look
upon its editor as too low, mean aad
contemptible to belong to the human
race, and we will use our beat endeavor
to discourage everyone from supporting
it. .- - , - .
Resulted, That we heartilv approve of
the course of the Farmers' Auliaxce,
edited by Bro. Burrows, tad believe
htm to be honest in his support of the
farmers and laborers, cause and,' that
we send a copy of these resolution to
his paper for publication and also that
a copy be furnished to the Minden
Committee ( J. S. Goinger,
on Resolutions. Jag. Piskham.
Pat A. Driscoll, Prest,
A. G. Bloomneld Sec'y.
From A Bohemian Farmer.
Valparaiso, Neb., Jan W, 1831.
Editor Farmers' Aixiawce : I have
readiotbe Aixiaxce published Jan.
ti, 1S31, the letter of Wm. JJL Joaasoa,
that the liquor -matter aliould have
been placed at the head of the list. But
!Jr Johnson seems not to know that the
whiskey matter was voted down only
three months ago with about 4D.0C0
votes, lit. Johnson would try to pass
a law which the people do not want.
If onr party should meddle with pro
hibition it would never become great
party. The German and Bohemian
farmers of tnig state, who amount to a
great number, will never support us if
we do anvthlnff in favor of Prohibition.
for they are alTstraight anti-prohibition-
Alliance No . 1184
Philip Ksvin, Sec'y.
Salem has had a mad dos scare on
for some days.
Auburn will have a fine new system
of water works.
Several cases of dipththoria are re
ported in Tekamah.
Tekamah will vote $15,000 bonds for
a system of water works on March 8.
Monroe wants a bank, hardware
store, lumberyard and livery stable.
Caster county farmers' Institute be
gins to-morrow and lasts three days.
In a coasting, accident at Bellevue a
a young lady had her thigh bone broken.
A shaft will be sunk for coal at Hub-
bell. The company Intends to go down
700 feet. . .
A young bov of Atkinson accidentally
shot and 'killed his four-year-old broth
er wun a revolver.
It Is said that it takes an hour to
drive a mile in Hamilton county on ac
count of the terrible snow drifts.
It is the unanimous verdict of the
country exchanges and the weather
mat tne ground nog saw nis snaaow. -
The Alliance men in the neighbor-
hood of Howe will establish a co-operative
store at that point in a short time.
A 140.000 business failure in Grand
Island this week. Too much credit
and slow collections is assigned as the
Tuo professional crooks were arrest
ed in Grand Island for stealing over
coats from the doorway of a clothing
.The Central City Courier has changed
to an Independent paper under control
of the Farmers' Alliance of Merrick
A mass meeting is advertised to make
arrangements to have ' excursionists
visit Kearney. The excursion will head
a lir . t . .
irom nest Virginia.
A four-year-old child was burned to
death in Hastings while its mother was
visiting her sick mother-in-law. The
cause oi the ore is unknown.
A man In Talmage gave a minister a
good thrashing on account of a church
letter wntcn the preacher wrote ana at
which the member took offense.
A tramp stealing a ride had his foot
badly crushed between two coal cars at
Uveiton. Jlne citizens raised money to
help care for him while uev is unable to
A land company has been organized
in Springview to be known as the
Spriiigview Land company. Its ob
ject in to advance the settlement of
Heya Faha county.
The Daily Arbor State, Beatrice, ls
sued the last number on Saturday.
February 7. The cause of the demise is
that the proprietors have not yet learned
the art or subsisting on wind.
The Christian minister's wife of York.
Mrs. Norton, after preparing the family
tea as usual, leu suddenly, ana death
ensurd in about live minutes. Sup
poseo to oe caused by neart disease,
A young man at Broken Bow escaped
from jail where he was confined for
burglary, and after evading the officers
for two nights, went to a widow
woman's house and was taken very ill
He was again placed in the custody , of
A mass meeting of citizens of Hay
Springs was held this week to protest
agaiust the settlement of the Indian
question as proposed by the war de
partment. Especially that the Indian
needs to be armed to protect himself,
About twenty farmers . of Greely
county were arrested at the instance of
a man named Lamb, who claimed that
they would not let him more his herd
of 300 cattle. The defense claimed
that the cattle were diseased, and the
jury brought in a verdict of not guilty.
At the wolf hunt in Aurora, one man
thought he would try catching a wolf
by hand.1 He caught hold o! the wolfs
tail and the wolf caught his other hand
in his month and it took three men to
pry the wolfs mouth open. The wolf
died and the man will hare a very sore
FARMERS' INSTITUTES. "
At the time of the fctate Alliance meet
ing a conference was held with a com
mittee composed of members of the dif
ferent state boards on the subject of
farmers' institutes, and a bill was agreed
upea on that subject. We supposed
such a bill had been introduced, bat
learn from the subjoined letter from
Prof. Bessey that such is not the case.
We give the letter, as it explains the
situation and the position of the uni
versity men in tne matter. We believe
the bill should , be introduced and
Boh. J. Burrottt. City:
Dear Sir Some time ago represen
tatives of the University, the State Ag
ricultural society, the State Dairymen's
association and the Farmers' Alliance
drafted a bill to provide for the holding
of farmers' institutes in the state, and
enclosed is a copy of the Ml as agreed
npon at that time. I supposed that
some of the other members of the con
ference would introduce the bill, but I
think that it has not yet been brought
into the legislature by anyone. I am a
little afraid that unless wo take it np it
may go by default. I am not acauaint
ed with any members of the legislature,
and would suggest that if yon approve
of it, you pass it to some influential
member who may be depended npon to
puah it through. ;
Yon will notice that the bill author
izes the Board of Regents of the State
University to provide for the holding of
the farmers' .institutes. The Begents
are willing to undertake this work, if
the legislature so orders, but it is due
to them that it should be known that
they are not anxious to take np this
additional work. In the conference it
was felt that it would be necessary to
place this labor upon some one of the
already legally constituted boards, and
it was not thought that any other board
could do the work as easily as the
Regents of the University. I wish you
would say to all who inquire about the
bill that so far as we are concerned at
the University, we will be glad to do
our share In farmers' institute work,
under whatsoever management it mat 6
placed by the legislature. Personally I
am confident that the Regents won!d
prefer not to have this additional work.
but it may be the easiest manner of ar
ranging for the institutes. I would
suggest that if anyone thinks that it
would bo better done by th- State Board
of Agriculture, or the State Board of
Horticulture, or the State Dairymen's
association, or by any other board or
body, that ho be entirely at liberty to
make the change.
1 trust that 1 have mode myself un
derstood. This Is not an attempt on
the part of the University men to try
to control the farmers' institutes, we
simply want to see these institutes estab
lished, and will work in the institutes
under any management. ,
' Trusting that you can find some one
who will introduce this bill (or a better
one) I am, very try youis.
. Acting Chancellor
FROM ONE OF THE PEOPLE.
Irvtngton, Neb., Feb. 2.
Editor Dailt People-. Please try
and get our papers off on the Fremont
train that leaves Lincoln at 1:45 p. m.,
and they would reach us at 5 p. m.
There are a number of "swine" here
(Lincoln Journal) that much prefer to
be instructed by a Gage county sheep
ranchman that by a foreign Bohemian
Jew. We are constantly being in
formed by the corporation papers that
the Alliance is foiling to pieces. Would
to Heaven that another election was to
be held to-morrow. The people would
show emphatically that t their backs
ached and were tired a?.d sore trying to
carry Howe and Rose'water.
We country Independents of Doug
las county, are in hopes that the bill
pending to divide the state into sena
torial and representative districts may
become a law. in this county we are
totally deprived of representation by
the vote of the Omaha bum element
f there had been anything like a fair
election held, our whole ticket would
be seated at the present time. The Bee
and World-Herald are both doing their
utmost to retain her majesty's Irish
subject in the governor's ' chair. The
only chance for a disagreement between
them will be the amount Of funds each
get. There are many leading men of
both old parties in Omaha that are de
sirous to have Mr. Powers seated, know
Ing him to be a man of principles, and
not an associate of bums. Is there
representative in either house from the
rural districts that can expect, if Boyd
be recognized, that he will sign bills
that will be for their interest, without
he is fully aware that our great and
most distinguished supreme court can
find them all unconstitutional.' The yoke
of religious persecution was thrown off
by such men as Hess and Wyckliffe in
the fifteenth century, and we have men
that will spend their energies and life
work to overthrow the money auto
crats of this nineteenth century, who
are strangling the life blood out of the
toilers of this nation. The ball has
commenced rolling, and the principles
incnloated are adhesive, and as it rolls
it will accumulate fast. In 1892 it will
be of such size it will crush both of the
old parties. Respectfully,
Frank B. Hibbard.
tor the opium, morphine or cocaine
habit consult Dr. Aley, 1025 O street;
Lincoln, Neb. 82tf
See A.N, Wycoff for Havelook prop
Mexican eon tractors Had that Chinese
make good and Cheap laborers ia railroad
construction, and many of them are being
Imported for that purpose. Thousands of
Chinese laborers are being Imported into
joexioo lor the purpose of dfag work on
The Yankee Hill Farmers' Alliance
have just completed their ball located
1 mile west aud 1 miles south of the
aylum water tank, and will dsdicate
the same on Thursday Feb. lth.
Commencing at 2 p. m. a literary en
tertainment consisting of speeches and
music, vocal and instrumental, will oc
cupy the time until 4 p. m., when oys
ters and supper will be served.
In the evening at 7 after literary ex
ercises supper will be again called aad
continue until all are filled.
The members of the alliance and
their friends are making extensive prep
arations for this occasion and we pre
dict an enjoyable time for all who at
tend. Sapper will be served at 50c for adults
25c for children and the proceeds will
be applied on indebtedness of Hall. A
cordial invitation is extended to evary
body, and all wilt be made welcome.
By Ordor of Committee.
Oculist Miss Hilow, all yon need
ia a pair of gold-rimmed eyeglasses.
Miss Hilow How glad I am that
nothing serious alls my eyoa, Ten
dollars? How modest your tfiarget
are. Jeweler's Weekly.
Fa par From CoKsasssI Calls.
Paper from cottonseed nulla is like
ly to form an Important industry ia
the south, since it has been shown
that an excellent article of paper can
bo made from them.. The hulls have
bttberto been a waste product, and
their utilisation in thia way will be rp
important matter to cotton-growers.
See A. N. Wycof for iltvelock prop
If yon have fat cattle leave your ad
dress at the .,:
85tf Llxcolm Meat Co., 916 P St
For female, nervous and kidney di
seases consult Dr. Aley, 1025 O street,
Lincoln. Neb. : 82tf
T. J. Harris, of West Liberty, Iowa,
reports good sales and stock In splendid
condition. He has just purchased a
pair of pigs by Give or Taka, No. 1677,
bred by Mr. Jas. Wright of RadclliT,
: The attention of our readers I called
to the advertisement of the Western
Stock Food Co, in this issue. This
firm has been in business at Bloomficld,
for a long time and sold their prepara
tions extensively to stockmen all over
the west and northwest for six years.
Write them for particulars mentioning
The Fabmek8' Alliance.
For Sale to Trade. -
One 4-year-old Cleveland Bay stallion;
Black Hawk Morcran stallion: 2 four-
year-old Morgan mares; 1 span of heavy
mules. I wiu sell this stock tor cash or
trade it for any kind of property. For
particulars can oa or auuress a. u.
Nelson, Swedeberg, Nebraska. 88w3
Thoroughbred cockerels nine months
old, will weigh ten to twelve pounds,
just the thing to increase the size in
your flock, race si .25 each.
35-lru r.li. 1ULE,
Box S36. Lincoln, Neb.
Oil Price List.
Hrime White. .10 ct.
Water White .................... 1 1 let.
erfection. ...................... 12 ct.
Headlight... 18 ct.
Barrels range from 50 to 54 gallons.
J. W. Hartley, State Agt.,
For Sale or Trade.
One imported bay Clydesdale stallion.
5 years old, weight 18C0 lbs. One im
ported dappled grey rercheron stallion,
9 years old, weight 1850. Both regis
tered and grand individuals. War
ranted sure and good, breeders; gentle
and allrightln every respect. Sold for
no fault, can ne seen at Marquette,
Hamilton Co., Neb. For further par
ticulars address, Harhy Bennett,
514 South 39th Ave., Urns a, Neb.
Will se 1 cheap or .trade for cattle or
No place of amusement in the coun
try attempts to give so much unalloyed
pleasure lor so little money as the
Kden Alusee oi our city, manager
Duncan Is constantly bringing new
curiosities to his House, and the stage
ohows are superior in many respects to
higher priced combinations that travel
about tne country.
This week he has Wilson the expan
sionist who was seen here last summer
with Barnnm. Wilson Is iudeed a
wonder, and the doctors who visited
the Musee Monday evening and exam
ined him, pronounced him the best
man physically that they - had met in a
Ions time, xie expands nis cnest irom
19 to 23 inches, breaks leather belts,
etc., and keeps every one wondering.
The stage show in theatre is given
by Sweeny the Suake m in, lo To
Randall the Wench impersonator and
t'ot. Wells the musical artist.
In the Theatorium Wells the Bycicle
rider. Sadler ahd West, our Dutch
cousins. The Logan b ack face special
ties and the McComber sisters complete
one of the neatest shows we ever wit
Saturday Mr. Duncan will have
valentine for every man, woman and
child who visits the Musee. Go and
see the show and enjoy yourself.
Farms for Sale.
No. SO. M0 acres all bottom land 4
miles from Raymond. 180 acres in culti
vation. Two good houses, uaru and
other necessary out-buildings. Biving
water.- weu anu winu inui. ' ioi uu
quaiifiedly of the best land in the state.
It is owned by a professional man who
has no use ipr lt.?.'rac w,&w. i w.wxj
cash, balance easy terms.
No. 27. 640 acres south ot Lincoln
200 acres in cultivation; all fenced; good
house, barn, sheds, well, wind mill and
tank. A No. 1 section, all good land.
Price $30 per acre. Terms one-third
cash, balance on easy terms.
No. 13. 80 acres 18 miles south of
Lincoln; 40 acres in cultivation; no
other improvements, easy terms to any
one who will build first year.
. v We have over 609 bargains in farms,
stock ranches, western lands and city
property. Trades of all kinds.
We invite farmers over the state te
send us a description of what they have
to sell or exchange.
DORR BROS. & BRANSON,
Over First National Bank.
TRUMBULL, STREAM A ALLEN
Brat, FmU. CsrOsa srt Ires . Owes lata. Etc
SeodforCataJefM. Hailad FrM.
st. i c naAa eiTV. mo."
C:!!!3 Ercts ni St:ss
Your Patronajjo ia Colicitcd.
S3 CEXTS. .
DEEDS AT HARD
A remarkable offer. The following
that can be found:
Beet. Eclipse, b st earlr White 8ugar Parsnip, sweetest grown. Carrot, Yellow Dangers.
union, mm weuersneKi. noay uem kmisb, ean
Prize Head lettiuoo of floe Golden Heart lierr.
oualilr. Peach Tomato,
Larca flat Turnln. neach.
Hone y Waennelibn, Surprise Muskmelloa, golden yellow, Waiter Hios pop-corn.
sweetest grewn. early. flne quality. best popping variety.
Berlr Market Cucumber, rery early. .
BZAUnrUL r" LOW Ha .Dwarf Morning Glory, all color. African Marigold, finest
mixed Petunia, all color. Doable Carnation Poppy, finest nixed. Pinks anest single aad
double mixed. lHrarf NaUurtlum. Gallardla. flnevt mixed.
fig Tomato vines are loaded with rich yellow fruit that looks like figs, good for pnoervos.
Ground Cherry. This la a rare novelty, bears first year, very oroductive. very valuable for
plea and preserves. These two last novelties alone are wort the price of the above. Any
ten of the above pkt's Suets. All of the above 9& pvt's for s Portal note.
3S2t Address, GZAXT ZZAKTUT, Xodwood Palls, Etna
GLOVES AUD UIT TBIIS AT REDUCED PRICES.
We hare received a quantity of the above from a prominent manufacturer at
r, a discount from regular prices, which we will share with our customers.
.:. . ALL BARGAINS. :
A 1 California Oil Tan Gloves, string fastener, unllned . .... ............... .$ 60
A 2 Genuine Plvmouth Buck Gloves, nnlined, patent button. . , 85
A 8 California Oil Tan Gloves, fleece lined, knit wrist . . 85
A 4 Genuine Calf Skin, oil tanned, string fastener, unlined 95
A 5 Men's Seal Gloves, patent fastener. . . ; A ..... . . ....... 1 10
A 6 Men's Genuine Indian Tan Back Gloves, lined, knit wool wrists 1 25
A 7 Men's Mackinaw Mitts, oil tan leather palm 85
A8 44 " ' calf thumb and palm.. 45
Aft " " buck '" " 89
A 10 " Genuine Adirondack Buck Mitts, unlined. best made 1 25
68 Wabash Avenue. ' . (35-41)
T7 YH7 Wfl
1109 O STREET.
11- CHEAP STORE
We wish to impress this on the minds of the
We will sell them
than any store m Lincoln.
All we ask
COUP ARE OUR PRICES.
Write us for samples we will assure
you prompt attention.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street-
We have just completed arrangements by which we can offer Ladies'. Men's
and Children's underwear at exactly case nrices. and sell vnu anr nimntitv vnu
wish. The goods offered are all strictly
READ THE LIST.
Men's red mixed i wool shirts and
drawers, each. ........ .........$ 87i
Men's brown mixed i woool shirts
and drawers, eacn. on
Men's red and white striped sh its
and drnwprt onnh H71
Men's brown and white striped -
shirts and drawers, each. ....... 37i
Men's heavy scotch m xed shirts
and drawers, each. . ......... 87
Men's heavy gray all wool shirts
and drawers, each.............. 80
Men's heavy gray all wool doublo
breasted shirts....;...,;...,,., i.
Children's underwear at proportionate prices In ordering please make
second choice as what you want may be closed out before your order is received
7tf ; ; J. W HARTLEY, State Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
125 s:J 829 forth IStti St., Lincoln. Keb.
Dealm Batter, Bars, eaa Peultrr.
Produce a Specialty.
cash advaaoea mad. .a eoulgaaMats. Writs
as for shipping Slraoti.na. at it
Beferenoti first Matl Baak, Lineola. K.a.
"Whatdid the minister preach about
to-day?" "Future punishment." "lie
didf" "Yes; he said he hoped to con
tinue preaching throughout eternity."
if. t. Btrald.
8ee A. N. Wycotf lor Havelouk prop
erty. Jaysmith "I ought not to have bet
that $13. I might have known I would
lose it. It's an nnlnoky number."
Cnmso "Nonsense! The man who
won it bet 13, too, didn't he?" Jay
smith "Not he gave odds. He bet
it 3 tost Ctsh Prices.
are tested seeds and as good' as the best
snip, sweetest grown, inrnx, i euow uan vera,
a, earlr crisp, tender. Early Advaooe Caobajre
tieiT. golden rellow. prwduoM early H heads,
looks Juat like a ripe frloneaota. Sugar oorn.
Purole too Butabaaa.
" H. R. EAGLE & CO., Chicago, 111.
dry goods cheaper
of you is to
shoetingo, dress goo ir
Mens extra heavy all wool shirts
and drawers, each..............$ 95
acnes' jersey vests medium weight
Ladies' fine merino vest and draw
ers, '- each
Ladies' fine all wool- scarlet vests
and drawers, each
Ladies' extra tine all weol scarlet
vests and drawers, nanh .
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool vests
and drawers, each 1 00
LAdies' AAA scarlet all wool jer
sey Tests anu drawers, each. . . .
C O -A. !.!
Can now be furnished on Short
Information freely and promptly
Furnished any Alliance
- People Interested.
J. 7. HARTLEY, Ag't
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